I want to know if there is any Linux Live CD/DVD that allows me to Create/Delete/Move files and directories on an NTFS partition safely without any risks or errors!
I am currently working on Sidux (Debian) Live CD.
I have installed Windows XP on my HDD which is currently corrupted i found a way to repair XP using linux -more info here - http://community.plus.net/blog/2008/...-the-easy-way/
As i browsed through the Sidux manual i found info on How to write on NTFS-partitions with ntfs-3g
It had the following info.
"Be warned: ntfs-3g is an early beta driver, so never use it without external backup, and of course not on production systems! If you do, it's your fault if your data gets lost, so use at your own risk!
Open a shell and enter the following commands:See Partitioning your HD - Disk Naming
mount -o silent,umask=0,no_def_opts,allow_other -t ntfs-3g /dev/XdXX /media/XdXX
Now your NTFS-Volume should be mounted rw and you should be able to store data on it. But again, be warned! It's experimental!
But i did just that, and even now i am not able to write into the ntfs partition. I have no idea why!
My friend said that the latest version of Knoppix would have the NTFS-3G installed in it, and i can write/delete in the Live CD mode itself. I hope this is possible. Can anyone tell me if this is possible?
Is there any other OS through which i can write/delete in the Live mode itself! PLEASE HELP me with this!
Many Thanks for any help.